Series VC266-S06 - Biomedical Computer Laboratory

JoAnne Markham and an unidentified man, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Washington University Sch... JoAnne Markham and two unidentified men, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Washington University Sc... Dr. L.J. Thomas, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Washington University School of Medicine. Stan Phillips and Russell E. Hermes, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Washington University School... Dr. Michael Miller, Biomedical Computing, Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Michael Miller, Biomedical Computing, Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Michael Miller and two unidentified staff from the Department of Biostatistics, Biomedical Co... Dr. R. Martin Arthur and Michael Sieger, MSEE, Biomedical Computing, Washington University School... Dr. Charles Molnar and an unidentified post-doctoral student, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Was... Dr. Frederick Rosenberger and post-doctoral student Walter Basch, Biomedical Computer Laboratory,... Dr. Daniel Ruhrmann and graduate student Michael A. Brown, Biomedical Computing, Washington Unive... H. Drury, Biomedical Computing, Washington University School of Medicine.

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VC266-S06

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Biomedical Computer Laboratory

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12 black and white 8x10 inch photographs featuring staff of the Biomedical Computer Laboratory including: JoAnne Markham Dr. L.J. Thomas Stan Phillips – with Russell E. Hermes Dr. Michael Miller Dr. R. Martin Arthur – with Michael Sieger Dr. Frederick Rosenberger – with Walter Basch Post Doc Dr. Charles Molnar Dr. Daniel Fuhrmann – with student Michael A. Brown H. Drury – Biomedical Computing

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Item description, Reference Code, Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives, Washington University in St. Louis.

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